LITERATURE PROGRAM – BOOKS
Constellation work is based on energy work that is more understandable on the emotional intelligence level. In order for us to find our footing easier in the apparent, often forgotten or suppressed, there is a literature program.
CULTURE OF CONFLICT
Autor: Vlado Ilic
Mek povez, 204 strana, 20 cm
Tvrd povez, 141 strana; 21 cm
“Development of humanity is based on polarity- conflict of good and evil, love and hate, wealth and poverty, honor and dishonor, joy and sorrow…
Order of love as a principle has the ability that in a present moment, create a balance of energetic abysses- black holes, or knots from near and far past through the living mediums that we are. We, with our own conscious characteristics in roles of ancestors, guided by the therapist, can in an unbelievable way include energy flows that have been left behind into order of love.
In that way, we can better our state not just in the psychosomatic field, but also create favorable conditions for future generations. Therefore, order of love in the book Culture of Conflict offers gifts to humanity that help resolve the deep crisis of accumulated family abysses, by using parameters of our systems.
The book Culture of Conflict proves the universality of the human race through family constellations analytics and synthesis. This reflects in interpretation of events from our near and far past, through our own selves. This opens up questions not just of our genetic signatures but our ability to consciously connect in energetic conflicts of our ancestors, through certain field that are for now unfathomable. Very clear style of writing with impressive examples makes this book hard to put down.” – Vanja Kovacevic
ACKNOWLEDGING WHAT IS
Autori: Bert Hellinger, with Gabriele ten Hovel
Prevod: Vlado Ilić
Mek povez, 232 strane; 20 cm
Prva četiri izdanja:
Tvrd povez, 181 strana; 21 cm
In conversations with the journalist Gabriele ten Hoven, Bert Hellinger provided answers to questions about his therapeutic work and ways of thinking. Hellinger takes the reader on the journey of discovery that starts with acknowledging what is. That is how we come to understand his take on entanglement and freedom, connection and love, hidden power, conscience, greatness in simplicity, progress through guilt and illusion of force… Hellinger answers to some essential questions such are bitterness and morality, order and violence, adoption and incest. He draws a clear line between responsibility in psychotherapeutic and public field.
Bert Hellinger was born in 1925 in Germany. He studies philosophy, theology, and pedagogy, and as a member of a catholic mission, lived for 16 years with a Zulu tribe in South Africa. He started working in the field of psychoanalysis and through different ways of group dynamic, primal therapy, transactional analysis, and hypnotherapy developed his own way of systemic and family therapy.
Gabriele ten Hoven is born in 1952. Political scientist, freelance collaborator and radio author. Editor in modern history in the publication “Then – 40 years ago”. She is married and lives in Hamburg.
No other therapist in the German-speaking sphere spiked so much public interest and attention in the last decades like Bert Hellinger. Hellinger in the depths of soul touches upon love. Love that sometimes guides difficult fates. He searches and finds solutions that can turn such fates around.
THE HEALING POWER OF ILLNESS
Autori: Ruediger Dahlke, Thorwald Dethlefsen
Biblioteka: Duh i telo
Mek povez, 360 strana; 20 cm
Prevod: Dušica Milojković
Lektura: Maksim Santini
In every illness, there is a message we send to ourselves. Understanding that message leads to healing.
There is a saying that health is the greatest wealth. If that’s the truth, what is the meaning of illness in our life?
Great medicine minds have been pointing out since forever that every illness has a deeper cause and only when we find out what that cause is, we can truly heal.
Holistic-humanistic psychologist Thorwald Dethlefsen, and doctor and psychotherapist Ruediger Dahlke wrote this book in order to help the audience understand the illnesses in a deeper way. It is a pioneering book in the psychosomatic field. Authors describe what messages are being sent from not just infections, headaches, heart and stomach diseases, but also serious illnesses such as AIDS and cancer.
It’s very important for us to know that all symptoms have a deeper meaning in our lives: they carry valuable messages from the sphere of the soul. If we don’t pay attention to them, or we try to suppress them with medicaments instead of seriously looking into them, they will persist until we take them seriously. Therefore, causes that lead to illnesses and unconscious often destructive impulses need to be discovered, understood, and resolved; that is possible only if we are ready for certain changes in our lives.
In that case, the illness becomes our friend and leads to true healing.
The Healing Power of Illnessis an important piece in the psychosomatic medicine, and a bestseller translated in 24 languages and sold in more than 1,5 million copies.
Illness as a language of the Soul
Autori: Ruediger Dahlke
Biblioteka: Duh i telo
Mek povez, 497 strana; 20 cm
Prevod: Dušica Milojković i Vlado Ilić
Lektura: Maksim Santini
The continuation of The Healing Power of Illness, the most important piece in psychosomatic medicine.
Ten years after The Healing Power of Illness came out, there was a need for continuation and expansion of issues described in that book. It is a fact that this approach attracted a lot of attention- first from interested regular people, and then more and more in expert medical circles. That was the sign of the need to understand illness as a disbalance between the body and the soul.
With his bestsellers, the renowned doctor and psychotherapist Ruediger Dahlke made a huge contribution to the new understanding of the psychosomatic processes. He sees a disease as an opportunity for creating a permanent harmony between the body and the soul. Illness as a language of the Soul is an addition and expansion to The Healing Power of Illness (co-authored with Thorwald Dethlefsen), and there he described a lot of (clinical) pictures of diseases. For a reader, this book is a tool, which helps in understanding the language of the body, interpreting of the symbols, and connecting them with causes within the soul.
When we understand the symptoms as a meaningful message and a stimulus to learn something, we realize that the purpose of healing is not in their exclusion. The purpose is to change the state of the soul, which created the symptom. That kind of approach to diseases promotes personal development and establishes all-encompassing harmony, while taking away the reason for they symptom to exist in the first place.
Ruediger Dahlke describes many illnesses here that he couldn’t fit into The Healing Power of Illness. The goal of this international bestseller is for a reader to interpret symptoms on their own and connect them with the causes that come from the soul. The book is organized in a form of a human body atlas, where various symptoms are described and explained.